The monthly speaker meeting is our most high-profile activity. Every interest is catered for, be it Bronze Age Dartmoor, Satire in Art, the Future of Local Journalism, Plymouth under the Blitz or The Building of Exeter Cathedral – to name just a handful of recent topics.
We welcome recommendations from our members, but are happy also to respond to offers from professional speakers. Our members can derive a lot of social and intellectual satisfaction from participating in the various interest-groups, but the monthly meeting is the forum which best demonstrates our commitment to the U3A principal of life-long learning.
|August 16th||"The African Elephant"
|September 20th||"Why on earth did they invent that?"
|October 18th||“The Silk Roads”
|November 15th||“Curious Cornwall”
|December 13th||In-House entertainment
followed By Christmas lunch
|January 17th||“The Trendle: A Prehistoric Site on the Edge of Dartmoor"
|February 21st||“Electronic Dogs”
|March 21st||“The Building of Exeter Cathedral Part II”
John P Allan
|April 18th||“The Vikings - the Lords of the Isles”
|May 16th||“Richelieu - the Cardinal and his City”
|June 20th||“Don't put your Daughter on the stage”
|July 18th||ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
“Hearing Dogs for the Deaf”
For further information about our Speakers or to contact the Speaker Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org